News July 11, 2018

This article has been republished from nacleanenergy.com, you can read the original article here.

PCI Solar has completed construction of a 1.8MW solar array for the City of Wasco in California. The project, developed by Siemens, is part of California’s RES-BCT program, which allows a Local Government with one or more eligible renewable generating facilities to export energy to the grid and receive generation credits to benefitting accounts of the same Local Government. The energy from the array will virtually offset some of the energy from various buildings operated by the City of Wasco.

The project is located on a previous landfill site and is a brownfield development. The 1.8 MW of DC power will be provided by (5346) Silfab 345 watt panels and utilize (27) ABB Trio 50 KW inverters. So as not to disturb the soil, the panels were mounted on a GameChange ballasted racking systems and surrounded by a ballasted protective fence.

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Ribbon Cutting Event for the Vallecitos Water District’s Solar Project

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The Vallecitos Water District Board of Directors agreed to pursue development of district-wide renewable power sources using existing open space to benefit the District and its ratepayers. Two projects are now complete; two arrays at the pair of Vallecitos owned reservoirs in Twin Oaks Valley, and an array at the (sewer) Lift Station #1, located on San Marcos Boulevard.

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HOLT Renewables Constructing 4.95 MW for Toyota North America

August 12, 2020

Toyota taps HOLT Renewables to add 10.8 acres of new solar arrays at the company’s plants in Alabama, Missouri and West Virginia, reducing reliance on outside energy needed for operations.

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